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Tiki Patio Torches, Season Ending Sale from $19

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I was at Home Depot today and all of the Tiki patio torches were on a season ending markdown. I last saw these on July 4th and all of them were at their highest prices of $99, $69, and $49. I spoke with a customer service rep there and she said that although they aren't technically on clearance, this is the last they will be getting, so I suppose its kind of YMMV, though my store still had about 5-10 of each. It also looks like these can only be purchased in store, not online. At my store they were still located where they have been all season, right as you walk in from the garden center, near the patio furniture

Tiki Belmont [homedepot.com] $19 (was $49, then $39)
Tiki Del Mar [homedepot.com] $39 (was $69, then $59)
Tiki Huntington [homedepot.com] $49 (was $99, then $69)
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How do the first 2 work? There aren't any pics that show them in use. Do I mount them on the wall or pole, or do I just set them on a table?
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How do the first 2 work? There aren't any pics that show them in use. Do I mount them on the wall or pole, or do I just set them on a table?
Each of them come with a base, so all of them are intended to be free-standing. The wick setup is the same on each as well, the price variations are strictly tied to design
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Nothing in stock in San Diego bummer...
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My local store didn't honor this price.
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My local store didn't honor this price.
Put in a different zip code with discounted price and ship to your home?
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Thanks, ordered a couple of the Belmont for in store pickup, will see how they do. Good reviews on HD and elsewhere, but it looks like a lot of the same ones feed from the Tiki website. Looks like the price is $49.99 everywhere else.
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Put in a different zip code with discounted price and ship to your home?
Do you have a zip code that works?
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I kinda like the plain Jane Belmont ones for 20 bucks. Do you just fill these up with tiki oil or what?
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Not the kinda tiki torches I need. I have a rally coming up need a few thousand hand torches. Thanks anyway OP
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I kinda like the plain Jane Belmont ones for 20 bucks. Do you just fill these up with tiki oil or what?
Their is a reservoir that you fill, I actually take a bottle of alcohol, and add a tablespoon of distilled water then put that into the reservoir. Works better, bigger flame, cleaner burn (no black smoke), and way cheaper
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Their is a reservoir that you fill, I actually take a bottle of alcohol, and add a tablespoon of distilled water then put that into the reservoir. Works better, bigger flame, cleaner burn (no black smoke), and way cheaper
Rad. I can't imagine that keeps the skeeters away real well though? I think I'll grab one at my local HD.
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Rad. I can't imagine that keeps the skeeters away real well though? I think I'll grab one at my local HD.
Get this [amazon.com] from Amazon, add a few drops to the bottle of alcohol and mosquitos will leave you alone!
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